Finally, we will see if University of Florida wide receiver Antonio Callaway was worth the trouble.
Callaway has just gone through one of the most controversial off-seasons in Florida history, having been banned from the team and the school since being accused of sexual assault. The school decided he did not violate rules.
Head coach Jim McElwain has determined that Callaway will be able to parcipate Saturday when the Gators play against the University of Massachussetts.
With Callaway on the field, the Gators have at least one game-breaker. Otherwise, too little is known about the Florida offense.
After his freshman season two years ago, Callaway seemed like a budding star. He caught 35 passes for 678 yards and scored four touchdowns.
Now, after all of the headlines, he is back. New starting quarterback Luke Del Rio, backed by a new running game, is sure to think that’s a good thing.